The is the best school my kid have ever been in. They love going here. The teachers and administration have very strong and a attentively worked out structure throughout the school. My kid is growing and learning on the very beautiful campus. Any issues we have had, have been dealt with professionally with courtesy, genuine care and consideration. Of course it is not for everyone I would imagine but the school is very clear about its intentions.
Make sure to ask very practical questions when viewing this school. There is a lot of "in theory" going on here, and very few promises are actually followed up on. For instance, "very little homework" actually means very little work in general. The administration and scheduling changes on a whim, and is rarely actually to the students' liking. If your student is fairly advanced in academics, do not expect for them to well accommodated for. Students and parents do not have very much influence over what goes on, especially under the current administration. If your student wants to finish high school with 10+ art credits, enroll them here. Otherwise, make sure you ask exactly how your student will be accommodated for, and do not be afraid to get in their face about it. Otherwise, you will regret it.
This is the most incredible school! I am an educational therapist. I don't work for Muse. I'm an independent contractor and work at many schools in the area. I love this school!!! If I had school age children, this is where they would go. Much of the curriculum is based on students' passions.( What a concept.) They learn academics through what they love. They learn to be conscientious about who they are in the world and conscientious about how to take care of our planet. The teachers are student centered. I never worked with so many teachers who care so much about their students, both in and out of school. Oh, so much to tell. Rhory
The children take care of each other. While on campus, I noticed an altercation between 2 students. The student being pushed immediately changed posture and asked the aggressor "Are you ok?" Then another student stepped in and asked if the aggressor was feeling ok. The aggressor started crying and the other two comforted him until he was in a good state. His all happened in @ 1-2 minutes. Much faster than even an adult could get involved.